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This Week in HD: January 26-February 1

NZ’s definitive free-to-air guide to what’s airing nightly in 1080i on the networks:   Saturday Gone Fishin’ (TV3, 5.00, R) The Food Truck (TV One, 7.00, R) First Crossings (TV One, 7.30, R) Ice Road Truckers (TV3, 7.30, 5.1) CSI: New York (TV3, 8.30, 5.1) CSI: Miami (TV3, 9.30, 5.1, F) Pan Am (TV One, 9.35, 5.1) Sunday Pretty Little Liars (TV2, 5.30, […]

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This Week in HD: January 19-25

This Week in HD: January 19-25

NZ’s definitive free-to-air guide to what’s airing nightly in 1080i on the networks:   Saturday Gone Fishin’ (TV3, 5.00, R) The Food Truck (TV One, 7.00, R) First Crossings (TV One, 7.30, R) Ice Road Truckers (TV3, 7.30, 5.1) CSI: New York (TV3, 8.30, 5.1) Pan Am (TV One, 9.30, 5.1) CSI: Miami (TV3, 9.30, 5.1) Sunday Pretty Little Liars (TV2, 5.30, […]

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HDTV Heads-Up: January 19-25

HDTV Heads-Up: January 19-25

TV One has the lion’s share of HD premieres for the week starting January 19, including Africa and the return of Criminal Minds, Winners and Losers, and Rapid Response. Africa will air in the 8.30 Tuesday slot that TV One last year turned into a top-rating showcase for BBC natural history series like Frozen Planet […]

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Africa Leads HD Charge on TV One

Africa Leads HD Charge on TV One

TV One will screen the latest BBC natural history sensation, Africa, in HD. The series is one of a raft of HD series the network will air over late summer. Others include Nashville, Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries, the latest seasons of Criminal Minds, Winners and Losers, The Food Truck and, for the first time in HD, Packed […]

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Hot Off the Press Release: TVNZ Announces 2013 Highlights

Hot Off the Press Release: TVNZ Announces 2013 Highlights

Among the big guns TVNZ announced tonight for screening next year are David Attenborough’s Africa, sterling British drama Mr Selfridge, a new Robyn Malcolm comedy/drama, Agent Anna, and the return of NZ’s Got Talent (presumably without NZ On Air funding since the agency is pumping $1.6 million into TV3’s The X Factor). A raft of other […]

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